Playtonic Friends Will Bring LiL Gator Game To PC and Switch

LiL Gator Game is gearing up to waddle onto PC and Nintendo Switch thanks to a brand new publishing deal with Platytonic Friends.

Moving on from the explosive rhythm shooter Bullert Per Minute, Playtonic has just announced a new publishing deal to bring a very different adventure to PC and Nintendo Switch. LiL Gator Game is the latest collaboration for the indie studio Playtonic’s fledging publishing arm and we couldn’t think of a cuter title to continue testing the waters with.

Surfacing during early 2022, LiL Gator Game is less about blowing away hellspawn and more about exploration. Pushing a green cartoon critter, not a turtle, around a massive island setting, this adventure focuses on the tale of heroes who learn to be better friends without ever losing their heart of gold. As players position themselves and this little green good guy, they will be able to climbs, jumps, glides, and fling the central character around a playscape as they encounter adventure and find brand new friends.

For a team that birthed Yooka-Laylee, this publishing deal seems perfectly matched.

We’ve talked a lot this year about what attracts us to new projects and it really boil down to one thing – finding games WE want to play and in a lot of cases wish we’d come up with!” said Gavin Price, CEO, Playtonic Friends “That really couldn’t be more the case with the guys at MegaWobble and the amazing world they’ve created with Lil Gator Game. From the first time we saw a few short gifs online we were so impressed and it just made sense to get in touch with them. Turns out they are fans of all the same great games as us, shared a love of adventure platformers and so we decided to team up.

If you want to check out more about this adorable new experience then check out the trailer above and head over to the official Steam Store to keep LiL Gator Game on your wishlist.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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